In 2013, Aiken Railway GP30 is at work on her sister railroad, the Greenville & Western, after they gave the ex-Santa Fe unit new paint.
Four units pull a trash train to th... (more)
Good morning! The sun rises over these two hard working Geeps enjoying a well-earned day off along with the crew and employees of the Aiken Railway.
The crew of the Aiken Railway brings their engine back from Warrenville, SC lite as they come through the tree tunnel in downtown Aiken.
After working the AB Line, the crew of the Aiken Railway brings their cut of cars back toward the yard before shoving down the line toward the NS Interchange in Warrenville.
After working the AB Line, the crew of the Aiken Railway shoves their cut of cars down the line toward Warrenville to interchange with Norfolk Southern.
Returning to the yard from working the AB Line, the Aiken Railway GP30 hauls a cut of cars past the beautifully built depot in downtown Aiken. The depot houses the Aiken Visitor Center and has a ... (more)
Just after sunrise, one of two Aiken Railway GP30's sits idol next to their yard office before beginning a full day of work.
On a full day of work, the Aiken Railway's classy looking GP30 is pulling 2 cars from Active Minerals. They will pick up 4 more from WR Grace and then return to the yard before making a trip to t... (more)
AIKR 4201 and LTEX 1543 sit on the siding in Aiken, SC. 1543 has served on the line since it's beginning in 2012. 4201 and sister 4202 showed up more recently after undergoing minor work on the Gr... (more)
Aiken Railway's local; Z52205 has just finished switching WR Grace & Co. and is seen here spotting the empties before climbing it's way back south towards Aiken.
An Aiken Railway GP30 comes to a stop in the railroad's charming namesake town.
Spring is coming to South Carolina as an Aiken Railway train returns to its namesake town.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS to take them to Aiken. I think the greens look classy on the lines of the GP30.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS and takes them to Aiken. Here, they pass an old textile mill similar to the ones that permeated the Carolina's "back in the day".
While the city of Aiken and their local shortline sleep, mother nature's fury is out in full force.